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in napa. you can pick out the latest on the satellite and radar. you'll notice we have high clouds heading up to our north. that's about it. we have mostly clear skies now. take a look at current numbers. they are ranging from the mid50s in half moon bay. lots of 70s. forecast headlines for tonight, we'll go with this. mostly clear skies. tomorrow, fog in the morning. mild to warm. extended, pretty much the same deal for the weekend. overnight lows, first thing tomorrow morning they will be in the 40s to start out the day. downtown san francisco, 48. san jose, 47. tracking two weather systems out here. this system is up to our north as we move out to the northeastern portions of the state. we're going to cool things off a little bit for the coast. inland we're talking mid to upper 70s. this system moves out. high pressure returns. that'll be the source of our warming into the weekend. sunday will be the warmest day of the weekend. forecast models showing you a patch or two of fog. maybe high clouds by the afternoon hours. lots of sunshine for the afternoon hours. not a big change towards s
are in the mid- and upper 30s. dewpoints is an indication of how low it could get. currently in napa it's 63 degrees. by tomorrow morning, napa could easily get down to 35 or 38 degrees. look for frost in the morning hours. it'll be a warmer day tomorrow. i'll get back here at 10:35, the specific forecast high for your city and the details for that warming trend in the five day forecast. we'll see you back here. >> working bolts on the bay bridge. coming up in three minutes revealing new information tonight about tests that could have detected >>> water service is just beginning to return to several customers after a water main broke around 3:00 this afternoon. it happened on lorenzo avenue across from a high school. only seven customers are affected but that includes the school. no word yet on what caused the pipe to break. >>> new questions are being raised tonight about those failed bolts on the new eastern span of the new bridge. caltrans engineers ordered tests back in 2008 that could possibly have revealed the problems. but state documents show the tests were never done after if contra
helps some crimes. >> reporter: frank, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usuall
don't have that information. 74 in napa right now. it's still a nice evening out there. for some it's still a summer night. half hour until the sun set so we are on our way into a mild evening but i am beginning to see a change in the weather pattern. take a look here. we have had this northerly westg the fog out of the area. take a look. we got the surge coming up frome south and that's bringing back the cooler weather to the area. now, santa cruz stopped in by fog. but, we are going to see that change as early as tomorrow. but, by the afternoon, that cooler on shore breeze of the pacific air is going to trickle inside the bay, it will take about a day. inside the bay, we are going to trim those numbers back for tomorrow. in land we'll see a few degrees of cooling. wednesday looks to be the notable cool down. thursday is going to be the coolest day. but, we'll begin to trend back upwards as we get closer to the weekend. there you have it. the cool down begins tomorrow. 72 on thursday and mid 70s on friday and mostly sunny skies and back in the mid and upper 70s in time for your wee
an hour winds in the fairfield area. napa, south wind, basically calm. so not much wind there. real light wind. chilly tonight, warmer tomorrow. that's the forecast in this warming trend continues through the bay area weekend. i think along the coast and right along the bay it'll be the same or a little cooler. i think we'll see a few more 80s tomorrow. today we get lots of upper 70s and a couple of low 80s. and then as we get into saturday, sunday and monday. temperaturaslot tomorrow, it's to stave off the same because this system tweaks through. when it does it increases the on line shore. after that saturday and sunday look who shows up with slight offshore wind, and temperatures escalating into the mid-80s in some of the warmest spots. computer models pick up the fog. that's tomorrow morning right. see the coastal fog. that's why they're a little cooler around the bay. a little warmer right here. watch what happens now. we're going to go through friday and into saturday. everything goes. watch this. that's the high pressure. it starts to build and that's the offshore flow. that's satu
of those things coming together to bring a very warm day. 90 in santa rosa today. 91 in napa. high temperatures tomorrow, still very warm inland. lots of mid-80s, upper 80s, also mid-90s tomorrow. tomorrows highs around the bay and the coast are going to be a good 5 to 10 degrees cooler. the fog is right at the coast. the sea breeze is going to be semi limited. you're going to see it right around the defeat and the immediate bay. warm again inland. the coastal fog shows up, and stays around. really right through the bay area weekend. the overnight lows tonight, a lot like last night. upper 40s, lower 50s, not that chilly, but with the day ending up, you take kids to school at 51 degrees in the morning, and they come home in fairfield and it's 85, 88 degrees. kind of chilly for how warm it's going to be in the afternoon. forecast highs, these are 80s, even upper 80s, these are orange areas. look along the coast tomorrow, these are 50s. fog. this is not that atypical. this is what you expect, kind of as you get into late spring, early summer. that will fire up a good sea breeze tomor
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